Monthly Archives: April 2022

Indigenous hip-hop artist Supaman releases new music video for ‘Alright’

From the Crow reservation in Monatana, Supaman is a Native American dancer and innovative hip-hop artist. He hopes to empower and spread a message of hope, pride and resilience through his music. He has been the recipient of the 2017 MTV VMA award for “Best Fight Against the System” and many more accolades. Below, check out his latest music video for his single ‘Alright’ produced by Nottz, streaming exclusively on Rising Indigenous Voices Radio.

Haida Songstress Carsen Gray releases an acoustic version of “Each Moment”

Born of Haida Indigenous and mixed descent, the award-winning singer and songwriter Carsen Gray intertwines the peace of her surroundings into a soulful sound spiked with R&B energy, pop and a twist of Indigenous spirit. After making waves across Canada, she will be introducing herself to the world on her upcoming 2022 debut EP. Below check out the latest release from Gray streaming exclusively on Rising Indigenous Voices Radio.

Jordanne, formerly known as ASCXNSION, begins new era

Meet indigenous artist Jordanne, formerly known as ASCXNSION. A Portland-born, Chinook and Kanaka Maoli MC, singer/songwriter, Jordanne speaks directly to their listeners with euphoric and ethereal sounds with an effortless take on bedroom pop and alternative hip hop. Whether they are going to war on a verse or singing on cloudy choruses, every experience of theirs refuses to remain silent. In a recent Instagram post, Jordanne announced the new era and that new music is on the way. Below, check out the latest releases from Jordanne and be on the lookout for the new era of music.

Quinn Christopherson surprise releases new single “2005”

Ahtna Athabascan and Iñupiaq songwriter Quinn Christopherson has just released the latest single “2005.” Check out the latest music video below and be on the lookout for the anticipated debut album coming this year.

Quinn has recently announced he will be joining Courtney Barnett at the Here and There Festival and will also be joining Thao and Black Belt Eagle Scout on their upcoming West Coast run starting later this month.

Rapper J-Rez Releases Powerful Single “The Children”

J-Rez has released “the Children,” a heart-wrenching song dedicated to the children found in mass – unmarked graves at residential school sites all across North America. Check out the official music video below for the newly released single playing exclusively on Rising Indigenous Voices Radio.

J-Rez, born Jared Big Canoe, is an Ojibwe / Mohawk hip-hop artist from Georgina Island First Nation Ontario. He is currently based out of Toronto and was previously nominated for an Indigenous Music Award (2018), released three studio albums, and performed alongside Buffy Sainte-Marie, Classified, A Tribe Called Red, Digging Roots, HellnBack, and many more.